Last week’s Competizione renderings were sweet, but SV Motor Company has dropped a slew of photos that don’t disappoint; by far the best shots are for the opulent Euro-styled interior.
Zero’s DS (Dual Sport) electric motorcycle is based on the Zero S but is both street and trail-friendly, with lighter and stronger wheels, grippier tires and an upgraded suspension.
The 2010 Kizashi is a brand-new mid-size sedan that is more Jetta than Camry in size; official specs aren’t out yet, but both the interior and exterior are surprisingly stylish for a Suzuki.
Harley’s been hit hard by the recession, but they’ve still released an extensive 2010 lineup of nine new models: it includes the new Road Glide Custom, Street Glide and Fat Boy Lo.
The F430′s successor, Ferrari’s 458 Italia is an aluminum stunner with a 4.5L V8 good for 562 hp and 398 lb-ft; it also features a 7-speed dual clutch shifter and a 0-60 of 3.4s.
A remake of an old legend, Eagle’s Jaguar E-Type Speedster updates the tried and true lines of the original, along with a modern straight six 4.7L powerplant mated to a 5 speed gearbox.
Frilly skull and crossbones aside, the 2010 Victory Cross Country is one sweet touring bike with a 1731 cc air-cooled V-twin, extra-low 26.25″ seat height, and iPod-ready audio system.
For auto buffs, the star of Comic Con was likely Black Beauty, a modded ’60s Imperial Crown for the upcoming Green Lantern movie; it boasts gatling guns, missiles and green headlights.
If you’re one of those peons still working towards their first GranTurismo, look away now: Maserati’s Design Driven shows off the Ultimate Garage along with 125 drool-inducing entries.
Platune claims its Sand-X is the world’s fastest offroad vehicle, and with a 0-100kph of 2.8 s, we won’t argue; it’s basically a hybrid ATV and snowmobile designed to carve up sand dunes.
We’re drooling over the Japan-only Subaru Impreza WRX STI spec C; it gets grippier wheels, weight reductions, a tuned ECU, redesigned supercharger and tweaked suspension.
The Soliloquy Super Yacht is super green: powered by solar, wind and hybrid tech, the 190-foot, rigid-wing luxoboat boasts zero emissions and even uses gym equipment to charge batteries.
More than a scooter but not quite a motorcycle, the Sachs MadAss 125 gets the best of both worlds with a lightweight design (the fuel is in the frame), manual transmission and 124cc engine.
Using specially modified, 16-wheeled inline skates, Dirk Auer has created a one man rollercoaster, hitting speeds of up to 56 mph, 100 feet drops and 90 degree angles; the verdict: “Fun.”
Its sacrilege to some, but the SV 9 Competizione brings a bit of euro-flair to American muscle car design; it’s a reskinned C6 Corvette with plenty of carbon fiber and a 0-60 of 4s.
The Shocker Chopper’s only cc’s will be in your water bottle: Team Tentakulus’ bicycle is purely pedal powered, but retains the low-riding aesthetics of its gas-guzzling brethren.
If you know internal combustion like the back of your hand, Drive In Wall Art is for you: mounted on sheets like childhood plastic models, each is made of replica vintage car parts.
Joshua Herron’s video of the 2009 Formula Drift Grand Prix is just sweet, sweet auto porn as drivers negotiate the notorious Wall, New Jersey track–hence his name, “The Gauntlet.”
Used by Castrol to test its motor oils, Flossie is a robotic motorcycle rider that learns gear changes, clutch feel and throttle response with high accuracy–kinda like these bad boys.
ParaJet is now accepting refundable $16k deposits for its SkyCar, which flew from the UK to Africa; the design has evolved since then, but the car should be ready to deliver by late 2010.
Liked the F/A-18F time lapse? The 80s music is a bit jarring, but this F-35 Lighting II video is far more thorough with a thorough run-down of the assembly and flight test processes.
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